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    reading compressor model and tonnage

    Hello and Happy NewYear to all, i was just wondering where to get a copeland cross reference guide to fin tonnage on madel number my uncle snet me a picture of his compressor said i was a York Champion five with the number CRJ3-0300-PFV-970 i came up with a 2.5 to 3 ton can any one let me know if im right i was told it was a 4 ton. and where to get a booklet to ensure im getting the info right

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    Most manufactures install smaller compressor in there units and make up the difference in coil sizes. That may fit a 3.5 ton unit, the only way to find out is to ask the manufacture. I don't think anybody makes a 4 ton.
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    re

    thanks for your response, i did find something on the web ichecked with copeland web site igonna ask one of the distribiters and am gonna check more for a reference book to copeland

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    Quote Originally Posted by karsthuntr View Post
    Most manufactures install smaller compressor in there units and make up the difference in coil sizes. That may fit a 3.5 ton unit, the only way to find out is to ask the manufacture. I don't think anybody makes a 4 ton.
    You don't think anyone makes a 4 ton compressor? What world do you live in?

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigMikeB View Post
    You don't think anyone makes a 4 ton compressor? What world do you live in?
    I did not say 4 ton compressor, what I meant was a 4 ton unit.
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    4 ton compressors, and 4 ton condensers are both made.
    Basically 4.5 ton condensers are not made.

    To the OP.
    Get the mod number of the condenser and check with a York distributor.
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    Quote Originally Posted by beenthere View Post
    4 ton compressors, and 4 ton condensers are both made.
    Basically 4.5 ton condensers are not made.

    To the OP.
    Get the mod number of the condenser and check with a York distributor.
    Damn your right, I must be smoking something.

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    Smile

    Quote Originally Posted by rob210 View Post
    Hello and Happy NewYear to all, i was just wondering where to get a copeland cross reference guide to fin tonnage on madel number my uncle snet me a picture of his compressor said i was a York Champion five with the number CRJ3-0300-PFV-970 i came up with a 2.5 to 3 ton can any one let me know if im right i was told it was a 4 ton. and where to get a booklet to ensure im getting the info right
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    Smile thanks

    To all who replied thanks, i got the info from the parts house its a 3 ton,thanks for all responses

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    Whilpool

    I just potsed a question with the exact same model number, except my baby is a Whirlpool. is it possible that this compressor could be anything else? 3 tons it is???

    gary

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